New Zealand Javelin thrower Stuart Farquhar has finished third at the IAAF World Challenge event in Kawasaki.
Ryan Sissons survived the blistering heat to take the silver medal at the Huatulco ITU Triathlon World Cup in Mexico.
We are in Zadar, Croatia preparing for the 2012 49er World Championships with racing starting on Monday 7th May (evening NZ time).
I have been a little behind in writing my blog so time to catch up! Most of my content until now has centred on the theme of Pride, and Anzac Day recently was such a moment.
The International Sailing Federation (ISAF) has confirmed the final event and equipment selections for the Rio 2016 Olympic Sailing Competition.
New Zealand's rowers took some consolation from a challenging weekend in Belgrade, Serbia, with a dominant win in the B Final for the new Lightweight Four on their international debut.
New Zealand's new lightweight four failed to make the A final in Belgrade last night after a brave effort on its debut - leading until the final sprint where it was demoted to third and consigned t
New Zealand's 2012 international rowing season got underway in Belgrade overnight at the first World Cup Regatta, with mixed results in the absence of the country's world champion and medal winning
Six Olympic class sailing world championship regattas will be sailed in Europe over the next two weeks, each featuring New Zealand’s hottest yachting talent.
It’s been quite a month – our first big one of the year competitively speaking.
A change to the Olympic programme is giving New Zealand an additional medal shot at London 2012.
Triathlon New Zealand is thrilled at the announcement from the International Triathlon Union (ITU) that triathlon will gain a further foothold on the world stage with a mixed relay to be included o